The most important conclusion of the event was that regional cooperation remains a crucial condition for the solution of the current problems in the countries of southeast Europe. At the same time, the accession perspectives for all the countries must be maintained. This process also holds that the countries in the region should aspire to solve their bilateral disputes and problems together.
More on the Dubrovnik Dialogue Process 2015 can be found in this video.
Kupreška 20, 71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Subscribe to our mailing list and receive our publications as soon as they are available: send us your contact info via info(at)fes-soe.org.
Inclusive energy transition includes the concept of just transition but also goes beyond it, encompassing the energy democracy and the involvement of... more Information
Politics around Europe are becoming one-men (rarely women) shows. From the likes of Orban and Janša to Vučić and Đukanović – the political influence... more Information
Third edition of Political Trends and Dynamics and the last one in 2021 offers insights on diplomacy in Southeast Europe – one of the critical tools... more Information
Nine countries, one region: a first-of-its-kind political economy study on the barriers to an environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable... more Information
Second edition of Political Trends and Dynamics for 2021 focuses on security politics in the Western Balkans, against the backdrop of arms trafficking... more Information
The energy transition in North Macedonia must inevitably follow the path of the EU’s Clean Energy for all Europeans package.On this path, it is our... more Information
Marking International Women's History Month, Political Trends and Dynamics newsletter brings to the fore the phenomenon of women as emerging leaders... more Information
The current covid-19 pandemic, as ‘an hour of the executive’, offers an unprecedented opportunity to elected incumbents for a power grab and erosion... more Information